It is not clear what the announcement will mean for the Palestinian Authority and its administrative role in the lives of Palestinians under occupation.
The Palestinian Authority leader repeated his declaration that Palestinians will absolve agreements with Israel but has yet to clarify what happens now.
The international community's focus on battling Covid-19 provides the perfect cover for criminal political adventurism.
Implementing such plans "represents a new war crime added to the Israeli record full of brutal crimes against the Palestinian people," the Arab foreign ministers said in a statement.
Israel received criticism for moving ahead with plans to annex parts of the West Bank amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials have voiced concern that a shortage of critical equipment and medical supplies could set off a rapid spread amongst the enclave's two million people.
The Gaza Health Ministry says it urgently needs more than $20 million to stave off the collapse of the health system if there is a major outbreak.
In a bid to stem the novel coronavirus spread, Jordan ordered all shops to close and all people to stay off the streets until at least Tuesday, when it plans to announce specific times for shopping.
In the Israeli-occupied West Bank, people are living through double isolation amid a one-month state of emergency.
Saudi Arabia closed the sites to foreign pilgrims and traditional tourists from some 25 countries to stop the spread of the virus.
Illegal Jewish settlements on occupied Palestinian land have turned into a lucrative business for many Israeli companies, according to the latest UN report, but the US snubs the UN's findings, revealing its inherent prejudice towards Palestinians.
The ‘deal of the century’ presents an existential crisis for the Palestinian Authority.
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